This article traces the shifting migration flows to, through and from Cape Verde and explores the Cape Verdean migration ideology. Continue reading Mobility at the heart of a nation: Patterns and meanings of Cape Verdean migration
This Featured Graphic explores the salient yet elusive transnationalism of a unique neighbourhood in Guangzhou. Continue reading Visualizing the transnational connections of China’s most African neighbourhood
I am convening a panel at ECAS 2015, the 6th European Conference on African Studies (Paris, 8-10 July 2015) that seeks to bring new perspectives on young Africans’ ways of relating to their future. The call for papers was met with overwhelming response. … Continue reading Pathways out of waithood: engaging with a repertoire of strategies
Children’s welfare may be affected by the absence of a parent—be it due to migration, divorce or death. Continue reading Fathers’ whereabouts and children’s welfare in Malawi
The International Youth Day is celebrated on 12 August, each year with a specific theme. The theme for 2013 is Youth Migration: Moving Development Forward. The UN wishes to raise awareness of the opportunities and risks associated with youth migration. … Continue reading Youth migration in Africa: moving away from youth
This policy brief presents results from a survey on migration aspirations in four different areas of Senegal. Continue reading Migration aspirations in Senegal: Who wants to leave and why does it matter?